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  1. Clipboard Math

    Clip a multiplication math worksheet for that banner’s multiple on a clipboard. Have the students solve the answers to the math problems by counting the skip counting numbers.

  2. Utilize the Waiting Time

    Hang banners in locations where students will wait for PE, art, music or lunch. Students can study the patterns as they wait. Skip counting can be used as a filler activity when there are a few minutes to spare...

  3. Find the Patterns

    Ask your students to search for the math patterns on the skip counting banners. For example, do they see that each multiple of nine has digits that add to nine? Or that by reversing these same digits results in...

  4. Skip Counting Hide and Seek

    Hang the skip counting banners in clever spots around your school or classroom. Create clues about the location of the banners. Have your students search for the banner and when they find it, have them skip count by the...

  5. Hop the Multiples

    Place the banner on the floor. Have a student hop on each of the multiple squares as they shout the numbers out loud.

  6. Touching Numbers

    Children increase their understanding of multiples when they are able to physically touch each multiple as they are counting. Have a student touch each multiple while saying the number out loud. To include the whole class, have the other...

  7. Chanting the Multiples

    Display the banner and encourage your class to recite the multiples while engaging in any form of physical activity. Adding some form of cross-body movement while reciting the multiples will speed up student’s retention. Let students take turns coming...

  8. Spell and Say

    Give students a word to jump to. Student jumps to that word, spells the word, and then says the letter sounds. For example, student jumps to the word "sit." The student says the word, says each of the letter...

  9. Sentence Fun

    Have students take turns tossing a bean bag onto the mat. Have them jump down to the word it lands on, read the word, and then use it in a sentence.

  10. Clipboard Word Fun

    Clip a worksheet that helps students learn the sight words to a clipboard. Have students jump on the mat to solve the worksheet.